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 No.1627[Reply]

Computers actually are demon summoning devices and all this techstuffs is helping them enter our world and into our minds. They said 5% of the adult population of America now identifies as "queer". People won't realize it, watch Videodrome. It's supposed to be a satire but for some reason in the modern world people who barely have money for food have phones to engage the internet consciousness with. Why it it so important for everyone to be hooked in on this propaganda network? The propaganda and consensus-building is merely the level it is sold to governments at.
Why is almost all tech made in godless China in buildings they have to suicide-proof? Ever think about that? What about those retards on witch-tock posting videos about spells when literally a more complicated spell than they could ever imagine is being used to record it and they think they can gain protection.
There are packs of wild dogs running around my city but nobody notices, they're on their phones, supposedly getting in touch with people. People don't know their neighbors but trust the media about what's going on, or even some bizarre narrative approved of by the powers that be, but nobody ever wonders why everyone continues to accept these narratives even as every day they seem to stretch believability.
It's not enough to accept the demonic being allowed on to our plane of existence but to accept you can't stop it. Their spell is far too vast and involved to be stopped now. We have all bought in to these products and their deformity inducing powers. But if you can wake up every morning and admit the demons are there you have a chance at fending them off.

 No.1628

this but unironically

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>>1628
This is unironic.
Picrel me and my woman in nature escaping all but the most organic methods of living.



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 No.1610[Reply]

Urbex thread? Urbex thread.

>What is urbex?

It's short for "urban exploration," and it describes the exploration of man-made structures. Abandoned buildings, dark drainpipes, members-only areas, and interesting places in general are the focus. Urbex threads typically revolve around posts featuring pictures and stories from anons who have gone urban exploring.

>Is this illegal?

Since this is tvch and we don't fedpost here, I'm going to warn you right now that it can be illegal, and I'm going to encourage you to go urban exploring only when and where you can do so legally. Don't get into restricted areas you're not allowed in, obey all "No Trespassing" signs, do not damage or bypass any fences or barriers, etc, etc. The building I'm about to post, for example, was in an area I had legal access to, had no signs, and had no barriers. The doors were even wide open.

>How is this /truth/?

Abandoned buildings are spooky, fuck off. Also, lots of spooky stories take place in an /urbex/ environment. If you have any, feel free to talk about them in this thread.


>All right faggot OP let's see your pics.

Sure thing. The one time I had access to an abandoned building without breaking any laws was this abandoned Marines barracks. I've been holding onto these pics for several years, so I'm not sure if the place still exists.
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>>1622
Yes. You explored niggerdom.

 No.1624

>>1623
I've also smoked meth a few other places as well as done crack a few times.

I spent most of the day on thursday and wednesday smoking meth too, tbh. It was a good day but I can't sleep too well.

 No.1625

>>1622
Did you see anything interesting?

 No.1630

One time while I was spun out in the city behind a McDonald's I got in a fistfight with some homeless faggot because I told him I didn't want to suck his cock, true story.

 No.1634

I know those IP2 guys sometimes do this (baked alaska and the like)



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<A driver who claims he almost ran over a child wandering across a busy highway in the dead of the night has insisted police called him later that night to let him know they had found the toddler.
Mystery deepens over creepy footage of 'child' wandering a busy freeway in the dead of the night | Daily Mail Online: https://archive.ph/o4jFU
Doesn't seem like this figure is moving, and it doesn't even look like a kid, but the fact that the police said they found the kid then backtracks makes it even weirder.

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Looks like a wallaby. The phone call is still bizarre though.

 No.1621

It's probably an illusion of the light, but it almost looks like it "phases in".
It looks like some kind of small animal standing up, definitely not a kid. That phone call is really odd, I wonder if the police were mixing it up with a completely separate case?

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>>1621
I thought that as well, but whatever it is, it casts a shadow on the road. Not easy to see on a still, but in the video it it easier to see.
There is a strange effect when it shows up first, like it is moving, but it could be an illusion, like it "phases in" as you said.



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 No.1521[Reply]

Indrid Cold was supposedly an alien lurking around Point Pleasant while Mothman sightings were at their peak. He was an ordinary looking man except he never stopped grinning, like a threatening smile all the time. He's creepy as hell and most people forget about him while dealing with Mothman stuff.

What lesser known elements of big stories creep you out or fascinate you?
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>>1552
I agree about the Warrens. A lot of people who worked with them left because when normal explanations ended up being the correct one, beyond a shadow of a doubt, they would say "It was a ghost that made the pipes go bad!"

 No.1596

>>1587
I always heard the opposite. EG someone would call them and they'd tell them to check the pipes first.

 No.1599

>>1596
Telling them to do basic shit before you turn up is different to turning up and finding nothing. How can you have a career investigating the paranormal when it doesn't exist in any provable way any how? Got to lie about it at some stage so it's all bullshit grifting.

What's a good documentary on them?

 No.1601

>>1599
>reeee there is no evidence!
<no no not that evidence it's all lies!
Is there a reason why you came to the paranormal board?

 No.1602

>>1601
>reee there is evidence!
>Look at all this nothing!
There is no hard evidence for the paranormal. It doesn't mean it isn't real only it's not easily captured or proven. Only a baboon believes these grifters are hoarding haunted dolls and kicking demons out of teenage girls.



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Talk radio and podcasts are the best formats for /truth/ telling. What ones do you listen to and why?
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>>1434
Cheers! This one is pretty nice. Listening to the hollow earth episode atm. Very refreshing to have someone on 'our side' talk about these subjects.

 No.1496

>>1437
How are you supposed to traverse this? Does the direction of gravity change as you walk down in? or do you have to repel down to solid internal earth?

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>>1496
It's a mystery for sure. My guess is that the plan was to repel down from the outer layer we live on down to the second (hollow) sphere below with rope.
Here is a collection of Symmes' writings on his hollow earth theory: https://archive.ph/w7dO
<Symmes's conception of Earth as a series of hollow, concentric globes (from Symmes, 1887, p. 621). Symmes continually adjusted and refined both his theory and his evidence to make use of new information or to remove things that had become extraneous or implausible even to his supporters. By 1824, he had abandoned the idea of multiple concentric spheres (illustrated here) in favor of a single hollow shell (Symmes, 1887).

Edgar Allan Poe referenced Symmes' theory in his 1838 novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, and in his 1833 short story MS. Found in a Bottle he adds a footnote regarding Mercator's 1569 world map; at the poles its shows large rivers going into the inner earth, and there are tall, black cliffs at the middle ("Rupes nigra & altiſſima")
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercator_1569_world_map
Very, very hires copy of the map (in three leaves): https://www.e-rara.ch/bau_1/doi/10.3931/e-rara-25290

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I'm going all in on demons
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>>1547
The ultimate and final redpill is realizing that all conspiracy authors and promoters are just grifters.
From UFO enthusiasts and Flat Earthers to QLARPers and anti-vaxers. The people leading those are all in it to make money.
Andrew Wakefield, the guy who largely started the modern anti-vaccine movement, only did so because was getting a kickback from lawyers who were suing MMR manufacturers. About $400,000, to be specific.
Samuel Rowbotham, the man behind Flat Earth, was a known conman who pretended to be a doctor and sold quack remedies.
Every major figurehead like Alex Jones and David Icke are either constantly pushing their products, trying to sell you their books or trying to get booked to give a speech somewhere. If it's an eceleb, they'll probably be shilling their merch or Patreon.

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>>1554
That's why cryptozoologist stuff is most interesting. Even if someone's bullshitting folk lore and mythology is interesting to listen to.

These people are interested in making money, which is understandable and vital if they want to cover these topics. Too many of them get caught up in the money and start running scams.

 No.1558

>>1556
There's precious few who are legitimately in it for the love of the thing, and those people are getting old now and starting to die off. Wayne Burton is a good example, especially since Dallas Gilbert died.

 No.1583

>>1554
I've yet to see evidence of Jacques Vallee being any kind of huckster. He's the only UFOlogist I ever expose myself to.

 No.1584

>>1554
All mainstream conspiracy theories, authors and promoters are government psy-ops designed to de-legitimize one actually true conspiracy theory: Gorduck.



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Any one got any good stories of feds taking down organisations and websites?

How Silk road was taken down by infiltrators from inside and out
https://antilop.cc/sr/

How replacement markets were taken down
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VZkiQUzITU

What websites or groups do you believed were or are government honey pots? Which conspiracies do you trust or not trust about these kind of things?

 No.1549

Back in 2012 The FBI busted Anonymous. From what I remember they were mostly fed agents and apprehended like, 3 guys out of the 7 that were them (being that the other 4 were feds/ spies what have you) And now that they're back in action with some fruity twitter account it makes me laugh that people find them legit

 No.1581

Assasination attempts on Castro are pretty funny
the glows worked with the mafia to try to poison Castro's chocolate milkshakes



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 No.1524

>>1522
Are you doubting the Epic of Gilgamesh? May Enki punish you for your disrespect.

 No.1525

>>1519
>countless cultures all over the planet tell the same story of a global flood that killed everyone except for a small number of people and animals who survived it by taking shelter in a large vessel
<surely this must mean it's a myth that never happened

 No.1526

>>1525
>my specific version of a global myth is the one that happened

 No.1527

>>1526
White Europeans are spiritually superior, so it does stand to reason that the version they ultimately picked is probably the closest to the truth.

 No.1548

>>1524
Friendly reminder that Tiamat literally did nothing wrong.



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 No.1537

>>1536
Carrey got really weird in the last decade and a half or so. I wonder was he always legitimately insane, or did it start with McCarthy.

 No.1538

>>1536
I guess that makes sense, anon, but its one of those typical schizo poster situations where the meaning (which is obvious to them, thus they assume it must be obvious to everyone) is so reliant on esoteric knowledge that is only known to the poster themself, that it becomes farcical to any other observer.

>>1537
Yeah, Carrey is fucked in the head, just scroll through his downright childish political 'resistance cartoons' to get a grasp of his mental instability. He even called dup 'Orange Julius Caesar', for fuck's sake. It could be one epic ruse to troll his audience in his attempt to perfect his Kaufmann LARP, but either way, I wish the OP was real because it would be somewhat funny.

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>>1538
I watched his Norm Live episode twice, he comes off as completely phony the entire time, apart from one instance. I'll have to upload it somewhere if it's not already available.

 No.1541

>>1539
You dont have to convince me hes a weirdo, anon, but what point were you referring to?

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>>1541
I'll have to watch it again and get back to you.



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